Self-Care

Develop helpful habits - click each title to learn more.

A person's beliefs, attitude, and perspectives play a key role in determining how they live their life. Your thoughts may seem habitual, but it is possible to change your way of thinking. There is a difference between a negative and positive mindset, and that difference matters.

Exercising your body is powerful medicine. Not only does it strengthen your body, but it also reduces the risk of developing certain health diseases, allows you to maintain a healthy weight, and helps you feel better about yourself. Physical activity has proven to boost endorphin levels, as well as decrease levels of anxiety or depression.

"What you put in your body is what you get out of it" - Eating Healthy reduces the risk of heart disease & diabetes, boosts immunity, provides important nutrients for growth, and increases your self-esteem. Additionally, focusing on healthy eating patterns will provide you with the energy that is needed to be productive throughout the day.

Social health involves the forming of positive relationships with others, as well as being able to comfortably adapt to different social situations. The people you surround yourself with have an influence on the type of person you become. Furthermore, social isolation is linked to loneliness.

When you know who you are, you feel a sense of purpose. Finding your identity boosts confidence about yourself and the direction of your life. Understanding your own qualities, beliefs, values, feelings, and goals are important aspects that make up your identity. Learn to love yourself despite your imperfections!

Spending time outdoors heals, soothes, restores, and connects us with the world around us. Research shows that nature can reduce anxiety, increase attention capacity, and boost creativity. Sunlight (vitamin D) is important for our body to function and also boosts serotonin levels, which allows us to be happy!